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Early June, and the common is coming to life - dead branches now bear new flowers, and the large expanses of winter-grey grass are now bright green, dotted with millions of buttercups and other flowers.












A panorama of bright green, dotted yellow with masses of buttercups










The waterlilies in one of the ponds peek their pink heads out










Even the reeds at the edge of the ponds proudly display their drab little flowers










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Buttercups and reeds together










What's the time?










No idea what it is, but it's growing rapidly










Little yellow and pink flowers of unknown species










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These little blue guys are very tiny










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Wild roses are just beginning to bloom










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Clover - cows love them










These flowering bushes are everywhere. Most of them have white flowers, but there's the occasional pink rarity like this










A few of these about, no idea what they are










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Even the humble nettle shows some colour and flowers at this time of the year










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A small bush, completely and totally covered in spider webs










I don't know what these are, but they must be very bright in some invisible spectrum, as they completely blew the camera's autoexposure, resulting in very dark pics, which I had to adjust quite considerably










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This is one poor old guy that won't be giving us any colourful floral displays this year










Nor will this one!










In another part of the common, foxgloves have sprung into life in only the last couple of days










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